Monday, October 05, 2009

Shed art: Paver by Jim Osman

Lovely shedworkingesque pigmented plaster works by Jim Paver. This is what he says:
I combine, layer and compress different kinds of space. The vessels that give these spaces form can be clear and tangible like architecture and furniture or symbolic like a flag or just formal -- a color. Combining these forms makes for odd, unthought-of arrangements that once started must be reconciled formally, all the while staying true to a notion of space that is convoluted, dense, and opaque yet somehow understood.
Via dear ada

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